MANCHESTER UNITED star Jesse Lingard has been enjoying a real purple patch of late.
While his hot goal-scoring form would be enough to please most fans, his habit of showing off a new dance to celebrate has really got supporters talking.
News Group Newspapers Ltd Jesse Lingard has been quick to show off his dance moves after scoring this term
Lingard has now scored eight times in his last ten games, including in his last two games against Everton in the Premier League and Derby in the FA Cup.
Most of those goals have been screamers too, as the fledgling star, now 25, finally begins to live up to his potential.
In fact, in the Premier League this season, Lingard has scored seven times and assisted four more – averaging a goal involvement every 84 minutes.
Going into the 2017-18 season, the United star's average minutes per goal involvement was a meagre 378 – comfortably demonstrating how well he has come on this season.
Getty Jesse Lingard showed off his Schmoney dance against Derby
His tally of a goal involvement every 84 minutes is fourth in the Premier League, behind only Mohamed Salah, Sergio Aguero and Raheem Sterling.
But some fans have questioned whether he in facts loves scoring, or simply the excuse to get up and dance in front of a packed crowd.
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Last season, Lingard debuted a bizarre jig, that appeared to show him hopping about while playing a flute.
After scoring in the 3-1 victory over Middlesbrough, the England ace hopped over to fans to perform the dance, much to most people's confusion.
Manchester United 2-0 Derby: Jesse Lingard to the rescue with Romelu Lukaku ensuring safe passage into the FA Cup fourth round Reuters Jesse Lingard revealed a Drake-inspired flute jig against Middlesbrough last term
Fire and fury
FIRE AND FURY
Ta-ra to the cobbles